Shellac the inside of all drawers and they will be easy to clean.
When you remove the waste from your carpet-sweeper, carefully cut the lint and hair from the revolving rolls and brushes. Then with a cloth dipped in kerosene rub the bristles and the inside of the box clean, and the oil will prevent the dust from rising when you sweep.
Have you ever thought of writing to us about what Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound has done for you?
“I am stronger and feel fine.” “I took Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound because I was tired and run down. I had headaches and no appetite and was troubled for two years with sleeplessness. I tried many medicines but nothing did me any real good. While I was living in Washington I was recommended by a friend to take the Vegetable Compound. I am stronger and feel fine since then and am able to do my housework. I am willing for you to use these facts as a testimonial.” Mrs. J.C. Greaves, 771 Hornby St., Vancouver, British Columbia.
For a rusty nail accident pour turpentine at once on the afflicted parts.
For burns put on scraped raw potato instantly and change as often as it gets warm, until the pain is relieved.
Olive oil will remove gum from a child’s hair as if by magic.
When a child puts a bean in his nose, don’t try to dig it out. Put a little cayenne pepper upon his upper lip and he will sneeze it out.
To extract splinters, fill a wide-mouthed bottle almost to the top with very hot water and place the injured part over the mouth of the bottle and press lightly. Suction will draw the flesh down and steam will extract the splinter.
Table of measures
(dry and liquid)
4 salt spoons 1 teaspoonful 3 teaspoonfuls 1 tablespoonful 16 tablespoonfuls 1 cup 2 cups 1 pint
All measures are level. To measure dry materials, take up all a spoon or cup will hold and level it with a knife.
To measure liquids, take up all the spoon or cup will hold.
“After being married sixteen years” “Seven years ago I took Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound and after being married sixteen years became the mother of a sweet little girl. I had longed for children all the while and wept many a day and envied every woman with a child. I was thirty-six years old when my baby was born. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound to any woman who is ailing with female weakness.” Mrs. J. Naumann, 1517 Benton St., St. Louis, Mo.
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